Karma Organic Spa uses: Karma Naturals Nail Hardener (optional), Two-in-One Base/Top Coat, Super Dry, Karma Hues polish; organic unscented lotion; fresh organic rosemary sprigs, fresh organic mint sprigs, tea tree oil, lemon oil, jojoba oil, oatmeal, sea salt, rosemary essential oil, peppermint essential oil, vitamin E oil, almond oil.
Nails by Jenny Lynn uses creates this pedicure that looks good enough to eat.
Summer is prime time for nail care as more people wear open-toed shoes and take off their gloves. Sometimes a service in 100-degree temps is more about escaping the heat than it is about getting glammed up. Consider offering your clients cool-down services this season that combine relaxation and nail sophistication.
Created by nail tech Melissa Bozant and her friend Karen Waters, the Sublime Bliss product line used in this pedicure is organic and natural.
Food staples in your kitchen can be blended to create scrubs or masks to personalize any mani or pedi. Healing properties in the food benefit the skin, and nature’s comforting aromas soothe the soul.
Amber Edwards of Suzanne Denee Salon, Saint Charles, Ill., offers a CA Botanica pedicure that is the perfect guilt-free chocolate indulgence for your clients.
The Nail Lounge in Costa Mesa, Calif., offers this rose-themed pedicure.
Amber Edwards at Suzanne Denee Salon, Saint Charles, Ill., shares the steps for doing a Fizzing Chocolate Peppermint Spa Pedicure. CA Botanica products are used.
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